If you haven’t been living under a rock, you would have heard of the on-going trade dispute between the two superpower countries – United States and China.
In fact, it’s getting worse by the day as China threatened retaliation if Washington goes ahead with their planned tariff hikes on additional Chinese imports on 1st September 2019.
We also have unprecedented events happening across the globe; like the Hong Kong protests, upcoming Brexit on 31 October 2019.
All while North Korea starts testing its missiles….again.
With all that in mind, many investors are wary of an incoming recession and thinking hard about this question: “Should I bail out of the stock markets now?”
The answer’s not quite so straightforward.
Hold and Sit Tight
Generally, when we say that we want to bail out of the stock markets now and get back in again during a market recovery, we are actually timing